Notes: One solitary specimen appearing terrestrial, but presumably growing form a buried root. Cluster is a separate fruiting at the base of a tree. Spores from the two collections are identical. Spore print colors are identical (rusty reddish-brown).
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|I’d Call It That||3.0||6.30||1||(Dave W)|
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here in NE PA.
I would have never guessed it was a Pholiota. I have never encountered this species in my home state, and I don’t recall seeing it at any of the out-of-state forays I attended over the last decade.
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